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George Washington’s Precedents
What Is A Precedent? Any act, decision, or case that serves as a guide to the future. A tradition
Precedent #1 One of George Washington's many precedents would be that he supported innovative financial concepts, which would later be adopted, such as the Bank of America and a national debt.
Bank of America
Precedent #2 Another of George Washington’s precedents was a policy of neutrality associating to foreign wars. People followed this precedent until WWI.
Proclamation of Neutrality
Precedent #3 When George Washington took his oath he set a precedent by performing the oath outdoors and by adding the words “So help me God” to the end of the oath and by kissing the Bible.
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